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tv   KWWL News at Six  NBC  November 22, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm CST

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good evening everyone, i'm amanda goodman and i'm ron steele. thanks for joining us tonight. we're starting with weather -- and a damp day around the area. storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg from the kwwl stormtrack cold rain continues tonight with temperatures in mid to wednesday as rain continues through the morning. rain tapers off in the afternoon as the wind shifts to the northwest. high temperatures remain below normal in the upper 30s to low 40s. wednesday night through rain/snow thursday night across eastern iowa. clouds slowly clear friday into satur a week. again, this storm brings tuesday. a cold rain continues tonight with temperatures in mid to on wednesday as rain continues through the morning. rain tapers off in the afternoon remain below normal in the upper 30s to low 40s. wednesday night through thursday is cloudy, but dry. there is chance for light rain/snow thursday night across eastern iowa. clouds slowly clear friday into another storm for sunday through tuesday next week. again, this storm brings rain sunday and monday with windy conditions sunday through brings rain sunday and monday
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police in eastern iowa are on the hunt for a man caught on camera crawling through an elementary school classroom. surviellance video/images from the maquoketa elementary school shows the suspect inside the school - walking around - even crawling around on all-fours inside classrooms. this all happening inside briggs elementary school in maquoketa early last wednesday morning. kwwl's shirley descorbeth she has the latest on the county, reaching out to the public about this man who broke images show him in the hallway... even crawling on his knees through a classroom. parents, staff and administrators taking this break-in personally. "some people think of it as something that was done to a building, when actually we see it as something that was done to 350 students and staff members." it was wednesday, four o'clock in the morning...
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setting off the school's motion chance to steal anything from the school. just as police were arriving, he left behind the things he was planning to steal." "there were a couple money bags and a money box that they had in their hands at the time, but when they found out the police were arriving they dropped everything and got out the window. the suspect getting away by just seconds. and nearly a week later -- authorities releasing more images of the possible suspect. he's shown here with a woman entering an area business the same day of the school's break in... and appears to be wearing the same clothes. thank you, shirley. the maquoketa police department has received calls about the man caught on the school's security cameras. but they're still trying to identify who he is.
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asked to contact police. in a kwwl follow up -- people close to the man who died in a crash along an eastern iowa highway are in shock tonight -- just one day after the deadly accident. 30-year-old richard coleman from cedar falls is sadly leaving behind a lot. kwwl's elizabeth amanieh speaking with the victim's pregnant fiance tonight. she's live in the studio. but one unaswered question i fell to the ground. and i felt like the world just got sucked." after hearing her fiance died instantly when his car crashed into a concrete pillar near the 218 overpass. "i loved him so much, i've never loved someone so much in my life. he was the sweetest person on earth, with the biggest heart. whatever i needed he took care of it, and took care of him." and ready to take care
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"he was over the moon, he's always wanted a family, we were going to have out first appointment on november 28th, hear the baby's first heartbeat. he was so excited. so excited." struggling to understand just what happened. left with only one last text he sent to his mom and leslie "they both got a text that said "i'm sorry, and i love you. and that's all it said." aleesa "i just wish this thanksgiving, people won't take their family for granted, and they tell each other when they sit down that they love each other. and they will cherish
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now cedar falls police also say they don't know what caused the results. aleesa says she's planning on moving back to las vegas to be with her family. there is a go- fund-me set up for her-find more information on how you can help her at kwwl dot com. eastern iowa police and fire crews respond to a garage fire today. the 500 block of newton street in waterloo -- near the intersection with broadway. the fire appeared to be out when our crews were on scene -- but an investigation into the fire is still ongoing. a former substitute teacher, accused of having a sexual relationship with a student, is back in the court room today. mary beth haglin is facing a charge of sexual exploitation by a school employee. the former cedar rapids washington
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relationship with one of her students, who was 17 at the time. haglin's story has been in the public eye since it surfaced earlier this year -- with the 24-year-old going on several national t-v shows describing her side of what happened. kwwl's kristin rogers has been digging into the saga from the start - she was at haglin's hearing today. kristin? haglin sat quietly as the state and defense went over trial logistics---specifica lly what could and the state announcing their plan to use portions of an interview of haglin on doctor phil. the defense not liking that idea-- argung they just found out about it and don't have enough time to prepare-- they also argued the interview was edited and not the raw "this is going to make this going to make this trial about what happened after and whether or not the defendant talked about it afterwards and that's not going to be to show
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jurors to make impermissible character determinations about ms. haglin." the judge saying he will decide-- after the defense has had a chance to wa specific parts they believe are unfair. haglin's trial is expected to begin monday in tama county where it was moved in hopes of finding an impartial jury. live in cedar rapids--kristin rogers news 7 kwwl. haglin faces up to five years in prison if convicted. continuing coverage now -- into a deadly school bus crash that killed five children, and injured
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hitting home here in eastern iowa tonight. police in tennessee say they're investigating how fast the bus was traveling -- though witnesses say the bus appeared to be going much faster than the posted 30 miles per hour speed limit. the bus wrapped around a tree in a roadside yard -- sending several more children to the hospital with severe inuries. the 24-year-old bus driver -- johnthony walker -- is in charges of vehicular homicide, according to police. kwwl's lauren moss speaking with area schools today after the deadly crash. this is a tragic story brings up the question "who really is behind the wheel?? well, area schools want to reassure parents tonight, they are doing all the necessary safe. these images unforgetable. etched into the minds of parents all around the nation. a bus driver accused of driving recklessly and speeding-
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many more. in hudson, it's deeply affecting bus driver joel larsen. "the name of the game is pick them up take them to school, and game. he's been driving buses for five years. he's also the director of transportation in hudson and in morning, something happened in the house..they get on the bus..you say good morning to them and that changes their attitude around like that. it's the little things. he takesf superintendent dr. anthony voss, who's in charge of the hiring process. it goes beyond qualifications and background checks we really focus on just because you can doesnt mean you should or be able to..detailed training program that our drivers have to go through anually, there's a whole induction process they have to go through in order to get their after such a tragic situation, larsen and voss want
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behind the wheel. "what we are asking them to do is really one of the most imporant things we do in our school district, making sure our kids get to and from school safely. larsen also says he believes all school buses need seatbelts. right now, only 6 states requre that..he's hoping that will change 7, kwwl the suspected bus driver from chatanooga was driving a bus owned by durham school services. that company also works with waterloo schools. we reached out to the local manager there but was referred back to corporate who did not respond. coming up on kwwl -- a big name in iowa broadcasting says he's stepping down from his 40- year
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football team looks ahead to a black friday matchup in kinnick with big red. and... here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar.... chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg will have your full forecast, coming up. "this is kwwl news at six. schnackenberg and sports with rick coleman. we've got you
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forecast on kwwl." let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your holiday week forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team:
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upper 30s. the gusty wind from the southeast makes it feel even colder. not much change on wednesday as rain continues through the morning. rain tapers off in the afternoon as the wind shifts to the northwest. high temperatures remain below normal in the upper 30s to low 40s. wednesday night through thursday is cloudy, but dry. there is chance for light high temperatures warm into the upper 40s by saturday. we are tracking another storm for sunday through tuesday next week. again, this storm brings rain sunday and monday with windy conditions sunday through tuesday. a cold rain continues tt upper 30s. the gusty wind from the southeast makes it feel even colder. not much change on wednesday as rain continues through the morning. rain tapers off in the afternoon as the wind shifts to the northwest. high temperatures remain below normal in the upper 30s to low 40s. wednesday night through rain/snow thursday night across eastern iowa. clouds slowly clear friday into saturday as high temperatures warm into the upper 40s by saturday. we are tracking another storm for sunday through tuesday next week. again, this storm brings rain sunday and monday with windy conditions sunday
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7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: a cold rain continues tonight with temperatures in mid to upper 30s. the gusty wind from the southeast makes it feel even colder. not much change on wednesday as rain continues through the morning. rain tapers off in the afternoon as the wind shifts to the northwest. high temperatures remain below normal in the upper 30s to low 40s. wednesday night through thursday is cloudy, but dry. there is chance for light rain/snow thursday night across eastern iowa. clouds slowly clear friday into saturday as high temperatures saturday. we are tracking another storm for sunday through tuesday next week. again, this storm brings rain sunday and monday with windy conditions sunday through tuesday. a cold rain continues tonight with temperatures in mid to upper 30s. the gusty wind from the southeast makes it feel even colder. not much change on wednesday as rain continues through the morning. rain tapers in the upper 30s to low 40s. wednesday night through thursday is cloudy, but dry. there is chance for light high temperatures warm into the upper 40s by saturday. we are tracking another storm for sunday through tuesday next
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windy conditions sunday through tuesday. through tuesday. soon conclude his hosting of a long- running show. veteran journalist dean borg -- of iowa public television -- says he will retire from the program 'iowa press' early next year. borg has been at the helm of the
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first broadcast in 19-71 -- a run of 46 years. today -- he announced that his last day as the show's host will come next january 13 -- following coverage of iowa public television's 'condition of the state' earlier that week. a change is coming to the silver screen in eastern iowa. it is acquiring wehrenberg theatres -- including the theater in cedar rapids along council street. the new marcus location will join four other locations already operating in eastern iowa -- with waterloo, cedar falls, coralville and iowa city all having their own theater. all of wehrenberg theatrest are changing hands in the deal -- with spans 14 theaters across four midwestern states. another teacher is taking home k-w- w-l's cedar valley tools for schools award.
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peet junior high school. she won 500 dollars for her classroom. she says she used the money to buy a video camera... a green screen.. .a tripod and microphones. "kids came to me as incoming 7th graders with a burning needed, but we were sharing that camera with the entire school and all of the teachers and other students as well. so i really wanted to provide them with the equipment they needed to havhe peet news site come true." every month kwwl... the university of iowa community credit union.... and sylvan learning center will select a classroom. coming up... the notre dame fighting irish football program is given a heavy sanction for academic
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and the iowa hawkeyes prepare for a senior day showdown with nebraska...
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good evening, i'm rick coleman. the iowa hawkeyes have the opportunity to end the regular season on black friday -- it will be the last time fourteen iowa seniors take the field in kinniick -- all of them got to experience last year's 12 and oh season that culminated with the team hoisting the heroes trophy in lincoln, nebraska -- the overall significance of this year's game isn't quite the same -- but for sure to be special -- obviously it will be an
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years go by kind of fast. it seems like just yesterday you're walking in, getting to know everybody, getting in to the going to be one of those things that when you come here you feel like you're never going to get to. it just seems so far away, and then time goes by so fast. before you know it you're getting ready to play your last game in kinnick stadium. friday's game kicks off at 2:30 as iowa looks to stop a trend that's seen the road team win the last four match-ups -- the notre dame football program must vacate victories from the 2012 and 2013 seasons because of academic misconduct. the ncaa says following an investigation it found an athletic trainer completed course work for two fighting irish players and
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the school must vacate wins from from all the games the ineligible athletes particiapted including the year the irish played in the 2013 national title game. notre dame plans to appeal the decision. one day after firing u-s men's soccer jergen klinsman---the soccer federation has re-hired b ruce arena. arena remains united states soccer winningest manager with 71 wins and he led the u-s to its best world cup finish in more than 80 years---when the americans made the quarterfinals in 2002. and tomorrow they are calling it "bright lights big fights." workers at the five sullivan brothers center in waterloo are putting the finishing touches on the set up for tomorrow night's victory fighting championship event. v-f-c 53 will feature some local names like mike plazola and calley
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we will hear from the event
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from sony pictures studios, it's america's game. wheel... of... fortune! ladies and gentlemen, here are the stars of our show, pat sajak and vanna white. hello. thank you, everybody. another nice group here. we appreciate that. see you later. speaking of nice groups, how you doing? good. get ready. we'll give away some money. we're all here for that purpose, i guess. "on the map" is the category for this first "toss up." it's worth 1,000 bucks. here we go. [ bell chimes ] isaac. albuquerque, new mexico. that is it. good job.

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